8-bit IDE

From: allisonp_at_world.std.com <(allisonp_at_world.std.com)>
Date: Wed Apr 19 07:39:13 2000

> keep the 'LS646 in mind. It contains the equivalent of a pair of '574's
> with a '245 wired across the two registers. You can transfer data in
> pipelined mode or in immediate mode, which potentially would allow you to
> reverse byte order, for example, by passing the first received byte to the
> register and the second to the outputs. This works in either direction.

the 646 is pointless for s100. You need a split data bus any ways and two
ls373s would do the job easier with far less steering logic..

If s100 had a unified data bus then maybe...

Received on Wed Apr 19 2000 - 07:39:13 BST

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